Friday, August 12, 2005

bin Laden Heading for Iraq? When Michael Jackson Goes to Boys Town

The DEBKAfile carries this Exclusive Report from Monday, August 8:
Osama bin Laden Looks Like Heading for Iraq

Based on coded signals between al Qaeda Middle elements using secret Internet sites, Osama bin Laden has emerged from hiding in Afghanistan bound for Iraq. According to DEBKAfile’s counter-terror sources, bin Laden's arrival is anticipated in late September around the time Ramadan begins. Osama's arrival is scheduled to signal the launch of the biggest offensive al Qaeda has ever launched against the US army.

DEBKAfile and DEBKA-Net-Weekly’s experts have authenticated the messages as emanating from Zarqawi. Their secret contents have begun to leak out and set up a huge flap in al Qaeda networks, cells and affiliates in many countries and talk of “a new jihad to honor the leader.”

What can this really mean? Molten Eagle's top predictions for Friday, Aug. 12th:
1) By mid-October, Osama's body will be photographed publicizing his supposed recent death.
2) Air raids will resume in Iraq in early October, including Iran's Brushehr and Natanz sites.
3) Zarqawi will be captured / killed attempting to escape into Syria or Iran.

What if Molten Eagle is wrong? If none of the above pans out, look for a catastrophic accident at Iran's Brushehr reactor within the next 12-18 months.

So much for the face value of Debka's Osama bin bowel movement story.


At 13 August, 2005 03:08, Blogger OP said...

Great post. I pray your predictions come true. If we don't take out those sites in Iran, the Israelis will. They have been forced by Dubya and Condi to take actions not in their best interests in the Gaza; however, no government of Israel will allow Iran to go nuclear.

I don't think the GWOT can be won unless the governments of Iran and Syria are taken out, the sooner the better.

At 13 August, 2005 17:03, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Osapian, you are not alone: at 05:27 this morning, Reuters reported "Bush raises option of using force against Iran"

President Bush said on Israeli television he could consider using force as a last resort to press Iran to give up its nuclear programme.

"All options are on the table," Bush, speaking at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, said in the interview broadcast on Saturday.
Asked if that included the use of force, Bush replied: "As I say, all options are on the table. The use of force is the last option for any president and you know, we've used force in the recent past to secure our country."


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